CMD

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CMD may refer to:

Computing[edit]

  • CMD is commonly used to mean "command":
    • CMD.EXE (Command Prompt), the command-line interpreter on Windows operating systems
    • Command (computing), an abbreviation commonly used in computing
    • Command key (⌘), a modifier key present on Apple Keyboards
    • CMD file (CP/M), the filename extension used by executable programs

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